Wireless Power Transmission for Sustainable Electronics
COST WiPE - IC1301
1. Edition April 2020
432 Pages, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Provides a collection of works produced by COST Action IC1301 with the goal of achieving significant advances in the field of wireless power transmission
This book constitutes together information from COST Action IC1301, a group of academic and industry experts seeking to align research efforts in the field of wireless power transmission (WPT). It begins with a discussion of backscatter as a solution for Internet of Things (IoT) devices and goes on to describe ambient backscattering sensors that use FM broadcasting for low cost and low power wireless applications. The book also explores localization of passive RFID tags and augmented tags using nonlinearities of RFID chips. It concludes with a review of methods of electromagnetic characterization of textile materials for the development of wearable antennas.
Wireless Power Transmission for Sustainable Electronics: COST WiPE - IC1301 covers textile-supported wireless energy transfer, and reviews methods for the electromagnetic characterization of textile materials for the development of wearable antennas. It also looks at: backscatter RFID sensor systems for remote health monitoring; simultaneous localization (of robots and objects) and mapping (SLAM); autonomous system of wireless power distribution for static and moving nodes of wireless sensor networks; and more.
* Presents techniques for smart beam-forming for "on demand" wireless power transmission (WPT)
* Discusses RF and microwave energy harvesting for space applications
* Describes miniaturized RFID transponders for object identification and sensing
Wireless Power Transmission for Sustainable Electronics: COST WiPE - IC1301 is an excellent book for both graduate students and industry engineers involved in wireless communications and power transfer, and sustainable materials for those fields.
List of Contributors
Chapter 01 Textile-supported wireless energy transfer 25
Chapter 02 A review of methods for the electromagnetic characterization of textile materials for the development of wearable antennas 51
Chapter 03 Smart beamforming techniques for "On demand" WPT 83
Chapter 04 Backscatter a solution for IoT devices 111
Chapter 05 Ambient FM Backscattering Low Cost and Low Power Wireless RFID Applications 140
Chapter 06 Backscatter RFID Sensor System for Remote Health Monitoring 166
Chapter 07 Robotics Meets RFID for Simultaneous Localization (Of Robots and Objects) and Mapping (SLAM) - A Joined Problem 203
Chapter 08 From Identification to Sensing: Augmented Rfid Tags 246
Chapter 09 Autonomous System of Wireless Power Distribution for Static and Moving Nodes of Wireless Sensor Networks 270
Chapter 10 Smartphone Reception of Microwatt, M-KM Range Backscatter Resistive/Capacitive Sensors with Ambient FM Remodulation & Selection Diversity 308
Chapter 11 Design of An ULP-ULV RF-Powered Cmos Front-End For Low-Rate Autonomous Sensors 348
Chapter 12 Rectenna Optimization Guidelines for Ambient Electromagnetic Energy Harvesting 372
APOSTOLOS GEORGIADIS, PHD,??is Honorary Associate Professor at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK. He is Vice-Chair of EU COST Action IC1301 on Wireless Power Transfer for Sustainable Electronics. He is former Editor-in-Chief of Cambridge Wireless Power Transfer Journal and former Associate Editor of the IEEE Microwave Wireless Components Letters and IET Microwaves Antennas and Propagation journals. He is Chairman of URSI Commission D Electronics and Photonics and a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Council on RFID (CRFID).